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A New Tradition

November 6, 2014By
A New Tradition

  We know that talking about puberty, menstruation, and growing up can be both confusing and embarrassing for both you and a trusted adult. We want to help make this conversation a bit easier – and one that is ongoing. Get to know your mom, grandma, aunts and older sisters by asking them some questions […]

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Very Fitting – Pads and Tampons

November 6, 2014By
Very Fitting – Pads and Tampons

Choosing what type of protection to use during your period can be challenging! Even though we have better period products today than girls did in the past and in other parts of the world, we know it does not make it any easier to decide what will work best for you. You may know that […]

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Tracking your Cycle

November 6, 2014By
Tracking your Cycle

Why might it be helpful to keep track of your periods on a calendar? Well, for one reason almost every time you see a doctor for a check-up or if you have been sick, the first question she (or he) will ask you is, “When was your last period?” Having this information ready for your […]

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The Process of Menstruation

October 14, 2014By 0 Comments
The Process of Menstruation

Just as puberty begins in some girls earlier than for other girls, the same applies to a period. Some girls may get their periods as early as 10, while others as late as 15. It’s easy to focus on the visible part of having a period, the blood. However, you may not have learned what […]

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